Wild Hearts Demon Rock Location

If you’re struggling with finding the location of Demon Rock in Wild Hearts, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we’ll explain where to look for the resource. There is one specific zone in the game where you can reliably find several nodes of this particular mineral. So, let’s find out how to best get Demon Rock.

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wild hearts demon rock location
Wild Hearts Demon Rock Location

How to Get Demon Rock in Wild Hearts

The best way to get and farm Demon Rock in Wild Hearts is to go to the Fuyufusagi Fort area; specifically, you want to head to the Cavern Camp in the southwest corner of the map. We’ll show you where it is in the screenshot below. From the camp, take the path that leads to the north, aka Snowy Otsuki Path. When you get to the fork in the road, head left onto Chilling Lane. The first chunk of ore you can mine on your right should net you a Demon Rock. There are a few more along Chilling Lane, so whenever you need to farm for this particular mineral, that’s where you go. You will usually find two to three deposits.

how to get demon rock in wild hearts
Cavern Camp location (click to zoom in)

And there you have it, that’s how you can get Demon Rock in Wild Hearts. What you’re looking for is an ore that looks like a large orange rock surrounded with black stones. Once you see it for the first time, you’ll easily spot them in the future. Keep in mind that you have to work your way up to Chapter 3 before you can access Fuyufusagi Fort. That said, you can build a Tsukumo Ore Shrine to make the resource gathering less tedious. It also bears mentioning that there are more places around the Cavern Camp where Demon Rocks can spawn, but Chilling Lane is the most consistent source.

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